CDG-GH Cautions Youth To Ignore NPP …Says Its Leadership Has Nothing Good for Ghana’s Next Generation

The Caucus for Democratic Governance, Ghana (CDG-Gh), has hinted that the current leadership of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) led by Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has no valid future concept for Ghana.

According to CDG-Gh, the current violent happenings that characterized the just ended voter registration exercise shows that only desires of the NPP ruling class are centered on rigging to win the next election.

The Executive Director, CDG-GH, Dr E.K. Hayford in a statement copied to this reporter maintained that the NPP leadership has nothing for the next generation; a paradigm that can put Ghana`s development prospects into perpetual absurdity.

Dr E.K. Hayford believes that the National Democratic Congress (NDC) John and Jane ticket is the consensus that will bring NDC from the woods to victory come 7th December 2020 general elections to resort hope to the hopeless and a better future for the next generation.

He insisted that Prof Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang, the NDC’ Vice Presidential candidate represents a conceptualized advancement into the 21st century. She identifies what has so divided the country, and stresses, and I quote “we are all Ghanaians” unquote, we should therefore not be subjected to tribal bigotry, intimidation, brute force and violence with the aim to disenfranchise citizens.

“Naana Jane will open the door, enter and hold the door open for the next generation. As an academician, she has had to cross many troubled waters and dangerous rivers to get to the very top.” Executive Director of CDG-GH reiterated.

The CDG-GH led by its Executive Director used the opportunity to congratulate Prof Naana Jane Opoku Agyemang for her presentation during her out-dooring as vice presidential nominee for NDC. “You are an amazing woman characterized by quality, substance and sound proficiency.” He added.


Story: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *